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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1894)
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OUKUOS 11. K. COXrEKKKK.
Ii.j i.u.rl, m it-n,l-r j.
I.iit night Dr. Keen preached mi
"Seek )' l.onl." ami Ht Ihe chat.
,,r lit- i'ni imiiiUil and forcible word
n l:U' nuiii" r l" U advice Mini
,...-! 11 in I In- allar. Il was it r mini
Hireling. Illll' ItltefllOOII till' J' llU-
mini inn Hi. : wimniiMif iircitl Inter
na iiihI Hi'' mii'iiil nice wim einilelil.
'I'll" alien. luliiii tA HIK'it Waa such "
to hrlllg UK' gllilMttea IlltH demand.
Attain tonight u cliiillnr tii-l l un
ticlpitcil uml evcryliody i given a
pri fli'if iu vlliilluii.
Tllllill KI M'KKIIU
I tnAl ... (In I'll llacl H'lltllll h
.Uiki,i ij. I i.i.uwit i i ii.k wurk.
li.. n mo .,l in. iu'r t'kt'rf ib cid
, . i,. i-mur-. i. iii'i'i' le ' called,
1. nn lilt rli tin i.l ll.- lui?h eai
wlc. : i I. IriinUII, AH Muilito. E
1. ill. ni li. I) S Wintay. Uni'tl-I
Id-. . ..i(ImI III-1, '.rk - !
.1 i'tji -" i "-I I lu'l'I'M" j
., .1 i.
lb'. I' l " it " l -l 'l '"' Uibfla ol
M.u 1" ft"1 )": bimilim W
Sti)k..r. ! r' U-'k-''. " I-iuU-k.
;.,Uri M I'oii' , ri " I I'.r.wn. U-o
W gmuii;. "i un i '"
iu.li.ii in. I it i-i.iii'l ibin .
I'd- 'i.ll ii'il a r rtt,it.i i.r uruua
in ill ..i unit 4i tit it 0cr A 'U't, I'bae
lb. M'oejll It tl mill II ti.l lulu I'lll
ii.iiiimiihi Willi Hi" iMi.l-rriiw: 1'ra'ik I.
Vwilt , I lltl I'ftll. I'- It l.'laal.la, J M
Hliulti . ! it tj'llliily .
li,t In,'., j. H.Mitttt.l il, iii ti Kiir
nliKiill i.irl) U niKnl il't it ait
I. t li li. lie I I"" U. 'IlltH lli'lf UHIfl
u iii.i ou.. mil UmiuuI iniiuiiiK;
iii ill an; young until ho makt op bla
ii. in I i it can i r colli iff rJucniiiiii In
i.i r .l.tv U" -uniil I c.'iitliiuo to le
il i.lnllnbM )i.r f pieperatiiu, alii
infill I" I nil I up li' rufjr- br tbubibop
p. 1. 1 h auuf'il ifilint to the li Ha-iii'it ol
Kini Ink Mitii.l' to n"ll) Iml IhHiiKf
II. t y ta.k-.li ! nd Immiiiui. nitri'l) plum
iiinal, in lb)' " to Mmly mi.l ufl. i
(r. ill HiIuII.h' ukI lnrmlinn. Nulwiib-
uial.l U i-.illiul.iti' muiI lti"tiln;irl ki b-Hil
irHiinuii. li" lHiitt. I hi' coiidniiCf ctinria
i.l mti.lt ttu.il I !) It. uiilfl iiimiu, i
I. k.lt K'Ht'1 i'l M"lllllli ilut ltlllrl. Iu ltt
p4HtnT.il' I.i- mutt nlmljr liuiiKii tiitinif ml
l-uru tin-ail ol iiiii ti(ini( uit'U. Tli Iruili
lltll Ml III' IlKU II II" flail urr.nl in on T
lurf mn i.i.-' ii' II" mii'l bi (' I'l'l
lioa ol Ij Spiiii (' r Iiiiiim'II al il priaib
p luiiili t" nival'iiu lor all li lll a-f I'l.
II. I. r.ilMiinli IiiivIiik initMtl In IIih
lliinl yi'iir n fll iih mmmhiiI Ii wm il
Minit il In I lit- xtuillt n if lltf font III .Viir.
Tin' ThIIkm ini( wi-nt mlmiltrtl on Irlul
ii Mi'ilni'li-t pn nrlu m: UU Imnl I.'.
Uliu kw.ll. W. V. M'Hin', J. V. IM
Pla n-, I . A. While, II. T. Atkliiwm,
hruiik I.. Il.iu.ll, fluiH. II. Lin, II. N.
UutiiiiN, Utt.. It. Arimlil, II. II. Ih l
knnp. I'll" ll!-lii i'irt'tM'l Iih l-lllit at
Hit- kiti'l f ymiiiK iin'ii wh nro nin
iiiK ililo tin' t ii'iliTi'iiii't whlrh ho him
hi lil ilnrlni; lil Till li-riii.
Dr. Kit ii will liulil n-vlvnl iim-lliiK
liuiiorriiw in pliiitt of thi' MlHaliiimry
Commit Itf-i will iiKftln U' Hi work
ilurliiK llio iifti riHMiii uml rcwrtt will
i'iiiiii In liiiimrrow.
The onlor of tho day for II o'clock
WMthtiii Ukm up, vli: Voting on
lroXMMxl iiiutidiumita to th UimA-
Kirat Hhall them Ix an Kual uuui-l-
r of Ur ami uilnUUrlal laprewuta-
Iivk In llie K'-nural c jii fereuoe? Ajea
:i no" 17. ,
Htt.inil-Hlmll I ha followlii( b the
i.n.wl.liiii aa to n-nrrMliUlloli In th
si ml isilifl TvllCf '.'
lii iieral innlrrcnoe ahull not allow of
more than i' iiilnlalorlaJ rrprmenw
live for every Vt memhera of each n
iiiihI conuremv, or fraclloii thereof,
ami not mm Ui "' '"' "Very Wt
Avi-a ;; li'iea IS.
Yhlrtl That lh K"""I omferiiio
im-et rtrt WeUutwIay Iu May every
four yearn. A yea itoea 6-
Ifa-va. (. W. Keiinely. Irvlno, tole
inuii nn.l Itilllna wero iiirMluowl.
.Mr. Iletxktr repreaenteil Amerleu
i.ll.'t ttty-lftv. ami alatetl that they hav
laatleil llfttHy I.WW.U"! Copif of th
IiII.Ih In M aiirerent laliKnK(n l"rt'K
The coiifereiiM board of atowartla re
airut a tlwreai of WA from receipts
of hint year.
The following waalhe dlittrlbutlnii of
Hi la f ii ml.
J W Miller
I I, HiauliliiiK
li W Itooik
j II It Itoyul
I' M Mlarr
Mra II I' Latch well..
Mm II C Jennlng.. .
Mm J 1' lwl
I II I llll DAY.
TheW. V. M.S. hill ll nil nl vel nary
IIKt'tillK 1 ,1'H ufli'i MIMI1I.
Mra. l i.lii-r pn-Hlili'd an. I n-ml ikhmI
Nlra. Wire KVi' l pleaaalit aililreail
In whlrh hIic ahownl Uml Ilila aoclely
U the Iru.tt fXiH-nilve of uny Nlinllnr
ttta-ii'lv anywhere. The ollli'luln at
lioinc'ilo lli Ir work for nntliliiK. The
liilaaloiient prepare themwlvi'a for Iho
work, and many of llu-in lactuno dea
roinvMa only VulliiiK for 1hmI and
Ir. Kit " fullowed with eheournt(lti)(
and nppret'latlvu n-marka.
Tim revivul IlieeliiiK hint llluht Waa
one ofcreat jMiwer, and aeveiai jnnple
were fun veiled.
KiH Hill 1AY.
Thla inornlnK the liilalneaa of the
ittnfin mv wait attentively pumtutl.
The follow iuir liillliNler wen) an
iioiimvd aa traiiaferred to tlio Oregon
l i.nlin m-e: W. McWalera, J.
KliiiU'. Wilmot Wliltlleld, J. 11.
Hklilnmre, tl. W. Kennedy.
The fill owlnir weto antioutuvti aa
tiaiihfi rri'tl to oilier eonfereticea from
thla: S. I Wllmiii. J. It. l olley.t". I'
t line, K. T. Howell, I. It. I'llertnaii,
W. MoWaU ra.
Tiie itmiiiilttiv on l.ilui'atloii pn
at iit. d Ita reiM.rl whli h waa read hy
lr. Whlltlild. It expreajted aipre
eiitlioii of llie lalaini of the Hoartl of
I'Miii'iilloii in ti'ilfylnit the educational
lllil tilt tHIM ol .Ml'llHNllnlll.
The I'hlldnn'a liiV I'ollii'llon for
the ntiriHiM' of heliiini: i h a tr atil.li'iita
niiiiiuiHi'd lo the atllli ol $- ill till
. itiiilcniuf. lul" nine iM'raoua among
ua rceeivitl iiKtialaniti Iu loan to the
amount of :. Il aike well of the
work of the Mfttioditil Inalllutloiia on
I'nii'lil llawley ol tlio Willamette
I'lilventitv refnaeiited hla work: tuitl
tlo v were mvkiiiir to make Chriatlaii
eltl.i'lia: t lit' V had a c.hhI venr laat an
had aliietnlld lirollltwMi for till. 1H
alu.li'iil" liavliiK ulrendy enrolled, and
hy next week he eXKvl to ae till IU
ereatetl hy tme-half.
Ir. IlintM aixika a lo I'ortliuid I'nl
vrrxlly, ami auld their lamda wero (Mil
IdertHl ao aerure lV Die liolilera llial
redtii'tlon of - if r cont. In the Interest
had lawn at'tt ptetl rather than part
with tlielil lor eaali.
Aahlnlld diatrli'l Waa aim) repreaetit.
etl, and w ith aonie lli;hl aineiidnienl
the rt'Nirt w aa adoptt d.
The n iairl on the I'nolflo 1'hrUtl
Advmtile xprimetl oolitldelico III and
apprei'liitiiiu or Ha very iiiougnuui etii
lor ami k'ratllli'alloii nt the announce'
unlit of a nil notion from fM to
Thaortler of I ha day for 10 o'clock
waa nii'iniirlal x rvuv in twlialior lin
w ho have dntl wllhin the year. Thi
wa a in. wl t'Hii'hliiir, nu'ving arrrhv.
aa llioliltuari" tt rn read after prayer
by lr. Ikwttie.
r iral that of Mra. llclknaii, wir ol
the paator at lvUn read ly Dr,
1'araoiia. Hlia dietl c iiinif ndlug her
luiahaiiil ami children in a iiottla oon
rl.li'iuti to ( ital.
Sttnid that of II- V. II. P. Latch
well, read ly Ir. Whltaker, who wn
duiied hla funeral aervlcea. IU wm
ntilel.unaaaunilnir, hut acholarly Oou-
at ieiitioiia man. Ilia deathbed, waa
atfiieol victory aU heartawero Umch
l a Ida nartlinr eipnuajoua of conn
dence and victory were repeated. The
lllahoii rltaaed with beautiful word aa
In t li reality of heaven and the fact
that aouie ? ua are U'tter known there
('immltteeon temperance brought
in a apltiidld report, Uking the atanU
if mi itoinpniimae, on i iiiaiawni opptati
loll to the lliUr tralTlo.
The Malion adiircewHi me iiiiuereiii'w
mii preaching the gnapel.
Tlmee, 8ept. 22.
llom. to Mr. and Mra. L. Itouny,
Sepleiiila-r IN, a on.
Ilarrv Heiidera and Hadle Urlaklll
w ill repreaeut Junction at the Htate
niveraity al i-ttigene.
Miaaltou Norrla came down from
Kugene Haturday to take charge of the
Harmony achool which commune d
Moliiliiy, HeJileniU'r 17.
The new achiail ta ll la a big Improve
ment over the old one aa l( Is mucn
larger and better In tone. 11 can lie
heard the full limit of the district.
Mra. Will Waahbiirne returned from
Cortland thla week where ahe had
la-en for aeveral week paat for inetllcal
reatmeiit. hhu I greatly improved in
Col. Folanm and H. I. (lllmore made
jiiltM a deal thla week. The colonel
railed one of hla fanna. (he aouth one
whlchjl iKcuplel by Mr. Itamfoitl, for
the Uilniore lulck. Mr. uiimore vz-
-tfla to move to the farm lu the near
Some aneak thief mailt) a pretty Kood
haul at the realdence of John IcCart
ney Sunday. While the family wai
alwciil a few hours, entrance waa
gained through the rear door and 135
u ritah waa taken iroin a nnreau uraw
A iMirtlon of thi money belonged
to the glrla, which they had earned by
picking hop- Mi arreat nave ueeu
iiiailu yet but "Mc" thluka he haa the
right man Kittel and aa aoon aa addi
tional evidence can las secured he will
be In the clutches of the law.
"" " Sept. 20, m.
Farmers are buny hauling grain to
Mr. John Macy and wife are vlaillng
relatives al Vaoulna City.
Warren Jones and lien Feeder leave
Thursday morning onaflahlng eiiw
dition to the coast.
A Mr. Mills and wife were return
ing from F.ugctie Sunday, their team
became frightened and ran away,
throwinir the oocupauta from the bug-
bv. A ladly broken buicgr was the
liixalale's mill Is runulng sternly,
utlltig aiMiui 3o,imj loei per uay.
Mr. W. W. Alllnnliaiu and sons
have returned from a trip east or the
('. C. Uoodale vlalted Ilrownavllle
and HarrUhurg on bualness laat Frl'
J. A. Holt and Uncle Johnny Dia.
mood left Sunday for a two month'
viall to their old home in the east.
Our school will commence Oct. 1st,
with three teacher.
Sept. 20, 1M4.
The aunond aaaoaameut of road work
begins here today,
ii f I. imtwil wat.ili,.r uonlinues the
hop yards will be picked this week.
ItnuirU-m' ahow vlalted l jtou's hop
yard Wedneaday evening.
II. C. Hunter's near ball la quite an
Improvement to our town, lie baa
flnlahed Dalutlna- It and will soon be
ready for occujieiita.
Aloneooyote baa been making a
blllliiw ntr Ilia aliM'tl In tills Vicin
ity lately and Is so bold a to trot
around the paaturwe Hi oroau uay
VV.Ilur Willi. I... -annul aUnillV the
deiuaud for water melons froiu bis
(Milch of au acre aud a hair. Jieuiiiias
of planting 4 or 5 acres next year.
We are aoine time troubletl with
loctil lealoualva In thla community, but
never to audi an extent aa Is the caao
at Cottage Orove, where one of the Cit
izens rrNirts seeing man on the west
aide of Hie river giving a little child a
gcutorl thrashing for daring to peep
ihrough the bridge toward lmatl.
To- iuiIm it tlila nlace were If real I v
shiM'ked to learn ou Sunday morning
of the audden dealb by violence ol
Melimlaiirobe, who bad spent the
uuimer here with herslau-r Mra. Her
l.n k'ranltlln Tim tnrl lculur aa told
by an eye witness do not agrue with
the nmi report oi ineanuir winiu ap-
n.,1 In iiitt liiTAUi). It ania-ani that
au eider sister of Mulluda's had mildly
remonstrated with the Urownlee boy
for cutting a tree so that It would fall
il.- uth in tlm anriiiir. and waa
anawered with abuaive worda, of
... i .. r
which no nonce waa laaeu, auorny
lurtvanl iIih mifortunata slrl and her
step sister whine name Is Jtoae, HurUd
to get some nu-at wheu they were met
by tile boy ami Uia youiiKvr urmm i,
& l.un Miuu i.itkii altualmr the Ifirla.
The Rose girl told the boy that be be
longed lu the retorm acnooi, w nerval
he told bis brother lo throw a stone nt
her. and iiickimr uu a club himself lie
threw It at Meliuda, who had taken
twi itarl In lint tmuhlo. and had never
seen the boy before. She attempted to
dodge the alick but waa struck on the
head ana began vt reel aa u aiuiineti.
Her mother came to her rescue and
i.w.ar l.i.r i. lu.r tent where in two
hours she la-came unconscious, remain
ing ao until her ileaili which iook pincv
about midnight Saturday night, the
deed being committed about 11 o'clock
a. m. Saturday. The remains were In
terred In the Howe cemetery near
Ciumll nn Mnmlnv ThB mm IT1U 11 1-
Vl' VI, . . .-." . - "
ty Is greatly shocked at the terrible
aiiair, ami an wno anew mo kui uuhv
iu condemnation of the attempt to
shield the vicious, unprovoked attack
upon a quiet, good iialured and Indus
trious girl aa she waa known to be.
Mellnda (irolie waa 13 years old, 1
month and 21 days old at the time of
reslntlairasa al llebaeavllla.
Wahiiinuton. Seid. 20. Mrs. A
C. Ilahbrldgo baa been appointed poat-
mlatreaa at lloiwonville, iiuamook
Tai hVlllaa mm mmuj lajareal
Axaua, O., Bpl.. M.-Twaaty joang
nifo vara met er la -a Uijurtd laal Dhi by
lb falling ol a large wootlaa platform, ba-
iwfwa Iba Varl block. Month ataia alraat
anJ lb butMiuu direelly.ta lb raar. Tb
rnoal arloul burl air! , llutay DsoapU,
Ire brokaa; altar I'taaua, Dark Drokva
Ltlwatd bwiaaoa, baad sad laoe cnL Tha
annouucrraoul Ibal Iba tlxealuor Atblaiia
club woul.l aiT a Irae exbibitioa ia Ibair
ball, ob Ik Iblrd aUrr ol Iba rear baild
tc, bad sttractad quite a trowj Ij lb
ulae. Tb door vara Dot opaa okas lb
orowil btwaa lo f.thar. aa I aotna tun ob-
liatl lo UDd on a arooJaa pUtlortn, vbicb
ooBOaeiaJ lb Iwa aliaotarra. Ibt plat
lora waa 40 laal from lb grvauj, aotl Ibt
alralD Bpoa II profsd lo graal, and with a
rraa IBal eoolj B baaid Mors aeav,
fall. rarrTlaa UW paopl atib II. That
rr kanst! notirr lb baavy limbar and a
ttw r aoeonacioa ka Ukra oat, bl
bo ua waa killati.
Joarpk Kro, 19, and rUu-k Caay, 21
rtouali li.iurvti br a lalbuu plailutiu, a
lb EioU4or club rooaia Uai sfautug, diad
(aral kli Ceaalac
8r. Joeaa, N. t., Kant. ). Oooaral
WllUaia tioolk, be loutulaj tb Halvalioa
Arait , kaa am rati ksra. lit U Iba garat ul
iu KtiUrl Tborobarr. n rrrBwi. (Jra-
ral Itooth will aiak a War of Anx-ctce,
tuilu v ail Iba lara ailia la Iba Vailad
!Matea ami CacaJa duriog lb Ball ai
awatka. UUIU Tion, PraaiUi
.'7. aaaUka. Dcwaibt 48. LaafllM Saattla
ih gaoaral Ul to YaaeoaTer, Umbm b
will lraftu graal Caaatlian Nortksraat.
THK IIUHEMU IMSlKltT.
Mich Work 1 Uelnir loe tlierf.
Itosehurg I'laludealer: cuty
Sherlir Shipley relumed lueaday
evening from llohemla. wj'bt
there to levy au execution ou the An
ule mill aud proa rty for wage due
the laborer. Ihe mill waa ruunlng
when he went there, but he was com
iwlled lo close It down, and some li or
it) men were thrown out of employ
meiit lor the lime being. However, J.
ii m. .nta.riiiteiideut of the mine,
yesterday made arratigetneuU whereby
the mill win resume ii..u..
Mr. Shipley wa highly nleaaed with
the Bohemia country, aud Is of the
..i.,i.. ii,. i it uiii i, rove a vtrv rich
UUIIIIllll av n h --- w
camp III the near future. It sit'ius
that during the paat summer the An
ii lo mine baa been worked under dts
advanUgv. mwX as a consequence the
wages wero not paid as promptly aa
..ii....u.i u.ul,l 1 1 ii i' tat'ii done. It
aptH-ars from the alateineuu of the au-
perlllU'llUeUl, J. li. jicvito, iut
lug the early auiuiutr there was con
.i.i..i.t B .I..P i mititttiid with, and
after t,t had been controlled It was iiec-
caHirry to go inmugii some laum i""
Irrufdirto gi't lino paying ore. A
rich CIHIte waa eiruca. aim "'""'
thinks the output of the mine will lat
. -. 1 1. ... 1 1 1
at leaal tw per uny aa booh m m mn
1 nu.rti.l li hour IM.T UttV. At
present it Is run but 12 hours r day,
owing lo a scarcity of water.
The Mumicu mill is being run night
n. I ,luv ami It ia understood thai con-
aidurable bullion Is being tuken out.
Two tunnels were ruu into iuu iuouh
taln aud the ore between them is now
ly.liiu liiLi.ii nut and worked. The
Ogleaby luijw haa been eold to a Mich
igan ayuuicaie, aim a iv aiamp ttii
will be erected Uhiii il at ouce.
Mr. Shipley cays there is much pros
pecting being done, and that many
proajiectors are coming and going dully
On many of the locations iteriiianeut
work la being done, showing that Ihe
l.u.i.lora Iihvh faith ill tlii'ir iirottDcet
anil proinato U) develop Ilium. The
outlook lu general Is very encournglng
aud the needs of a wagon Mad to the
mines arc apparent 10 an. ai proaem,
the only way to reach the mine la by
trail, allliougu me new matt
Oaklaud eould lw completed at very
little expense, l tie jicopie oi una r
Ikiuirlua aro IlllwilllH a imlilcli
oppomity by not asslatlng In H iilng
llie rtu, auI iney win pruouuijr at-w
their mistake after It Is too lulu.
Less l.lla l '
r. ...... K....I in T)Uiiab:ba receivai)
KJn ij , - - ,
t.j.. .. Ki..i,ulal ui ibat Iba Cbinea
1 I- ltll- fnnuhl on Iba
nMiiih .i iba Y In nrrr. cuuaiiUxl oM J
ar-bips sud f ur tcrptdo boat. Tb
Worth Tkyixci. A medical Jour
nal often a sugguation for keeping out
those nulaanoealUea: "Expose a lit
tle oil or bay lu a saucer on your win
dow sill, or ooat your doors aud win
dows with any color or paint you line
containing aa little aa 4 per cent, of oil
of bay, which Is far from expensive,
and can be had anywhere, aud uot a
single fly will enter your houso."
Sam Fbancisco. epl. ao.-Ex Attorney-
Qenorsl Uaorg A. Jobnaon did bere to
la. 11a had bawn a iirouiinDl flirure in
: . . .... -
Irsal circle and noiliioa lor w yeaia. n
waa born in Maryland, aud can bare from
Kantecky ia 1874, trilling at Banta lloaa.
Ua aarvad two rears in tb tat bsiialator
and waa sleeted altornay-gBral by tbe
democrat in iw. u Maveaawiuow
and lour ohiUree.
Cliteltso. Kept. SO. In the convention
of Iba lallM-oarriare today, Iba enlira morn-
Inn wsa devolad lo beanos lb rUaraea
againat t'bairman t. U. rower, oi m lai
lagtaUliv eommllte. loa preamirg mi
nt lonnd it almoat impouible lo maintain
order. There was a atrong laeling that
rower will nlllmalely be vioiheatad. bp'
mflo ebarge ara laxineaa, nrglrcl of duty
track br Trrnla.
liniuii lr Uant n Tlila Iniiril
Ik I. I , vt .,- - , ........
ing Fred Iturkhart, a runner living
near Albany waa hauling gravel.
When attempting to cro the track of
the lebanou braucn oi ine rsouinern
racillc, the train struck the team,
kllllna both horses. Iturkhart cacaped
with slight Injuriea. The engineer Is
uot to blame for tbe accident, as it was
cauaed br venturesome driving In try
ing to cross the track a the train a
Aa Aalharllr a Heart Dlaaaea
Han Franciboo. Sept. 20. Dr.
David Wotwter. one of the moat prom
incut physicians of this city, and
th roii eh hla works on heart diaraae
recognized aa an auinoruy on mat sub
ject, died audueniy mis morning
Mra n ire to aay. ine compiaini wmcu
cauaetl hia death was the one which lie
made hut specialty, heait dlaeaae.
A Heller aaatlaaaat aaavaleraa.
Loxdox. H't)t. 2(1. Tba Time, In
an article on the selection of I-evi 1'.
Morton says: The return of Mcasra.
Morton, McKlnley and Harrtaon to
power In the council! of their party Is
at least a suggestion tnai a oeiu r puu-
lio aenitmeut lias tleveioiietl ono
which will force the machine men of
both parties to put up good men for
Whaa It Bacaaaa Operative.
WiaanoToa, KapL 30. Solicitor of lb
iraaanr luava bat gia aa opinion ibat
tba tariff lav want into operalioa Anna a I
YU. Iba data i a wbich lha bill beeam a
law, not Annual 1, ib data Dumlkwed la
tb eaaclirg elauaa.
SaaaiBllaf Bleepa! ta Caicaae,
Cbicaoo, Hi-pl. 20. Tb rrnaade of tb
eivll ffxtrralloo acaloal canitillDR today, re
aulitd la lb eomplrto aloppage uf all tb
Tliey'll Knjoy ThciiiHelVf.
1'cndleton K. O.: A meeting of the
committees from the Commercial As
sociation and local preaa met Monday
evening at the AawH latlon roonm. Au
outline plan was formed, which In
cludes a local feature! of entertain
ment for the Htate Tress Association,
a trip to the reservutlon, a dancing
party, a banquet aim me untutiereu
freedom of tlio city. An ordinance
will prolmhly U iutrodnced at the
next meeting of the city council pro
viding for condign puniHhtuent for any
guest who attempt to pay his own
bill. It la sure to piiM under smpen
alon of rules, ffolnir hurriedly throuuh
the three renilings and will be slgni-d
that same evening by Mayor lay lor.
Itecorder IJixh will bo unmerciful to
ward nnyono proven guilty of violat
ing the new law.
The urogram haa not been Dually
arranged, but will be completed lu
time to Insure a succtsarul one.
S. A. Iowell was selected to deliver
the address for rendition before the
Milton iieople are anxious to have
the l'ress Association brouirht there to
view a fruit exhibit and partake of the
hospitality of that town for an hour
or two. aud the matter is under ad-
A reception committee will bo on
the lookout for the visiting editor as
stray Into town or come lu big lnis.
Councilman Howard has sworu that
he will have turned oil the w ater sup
ply during the time when the prcae
representatives are here, nut the vinl
tors need not go thirsty.
A Society Errnt.
Jacksonville Times: MIhs Carrie
Iteekmati gave a handaome social at
her resldcuce on California street
Wednesday evening, in compliment
to her Ctiuaina, Mlaaea Mae and Stella
Oorria, of Kugene, who are paying
Jacksonville a visit at present. A
number of young ludics and gentlemen
participated In the entertainment aud
spent llie time very pleasantly. Pro
gressive whist waa ludulged III until
after 10 o'clock, Mia Jo Orth and
Chaa. Mckell be in if awarded the prin
clpal prl n, while Miss Jo Nunan aud
Mr. Dunham, of Medlord, capturetl
the booby cift. The company then
did Justice to a toothsome repast, after
which they were favored with Instru
mental music by .Mia isrrie iieekman
and singing by Mime Dorrls, Crone
miller, l.lnn aud Miller, M earns. Selby,
llorton and Miller: alaoa rvcilation by
Miss Ioulae Kubll, all of wbich ac
quitted themselves admirably. It was
nearly 1 o ciock wneu leave was tanen
of the clover hostessea.
Salvation Army.-We are In
lormed that the Salvation Army will
aoon eatabtiah barracks In Kuiteue.
Thus our city will add another metro
politan air to its surrounding.
Pallf ouanL, Vtemtaa'
Firk Alarm Systk. A. J. Coffee,
an electrician of Portland, la in F.u
geue with a model of a tire alarm sys
tem, lit gave an exhibition tf the
workings of the name at the City Hall
laat eveuing. We understand that he
win make an offer to the city to fur
nlab a plant complete to the city with
eigiu boxes lor about liaou
Kalate of Wm. Palmer, deceased;
Monday, Nov. 5, H'.s, at 10 a. ni., set
for final settlement.
Kstate of It. It. Ciaiiran, deceased.
Probable value of elate. 1 12.0tJ. K
P. Coleman appointed administrator,
wiih $U4,UW bond: sureties: T. O.
Hendricks. S. H. Friendly and F. W
Oabtini. Appraisers appointed: Tlio.
Vanduyne, J. C. Oootlale aud Melvin
Folate of John Weaver, deceased : or
der for executor to sell personal prop
erty ai private sale.
The Pahlle Schools.
The enrollment in the public schools
oiiiuariiT lor me ot-giiining oi iaai
year and I til year, waa aa billows:
Central school iH. ;td.
Oeary school 135. 17H.
Total 353. 41.
An Increase of 3 for thi year.
Ini:i. Iu KuK'ii", Or-k'on, Sept.
20, lM'l, of tiiolera Infantum, fclluier,
luiaut eon of 1. aud J. M.re, agid 2
niotitha aud 9 days. The funeral took
place thla afternoon at 1 o'clock to the
Jupanr- ficot a composed ol 17 ilp
. i ... rn im. i aaina. iuw
Cbiuoa claim lo La autik tb Japan
. . . 1 V . - I V. .
ar.ir.bipa Aniunauioie ana tuaaiua, aau w.
Japaima Uaoaport wblcb bad ban oonvart-
..i .n.A - anA namatl Halko. A Dri
rata report from hharilial daelare tbe
Veaarl wi r not uns aa lua uuiua-a ciaiui,
anilnn diaablrd. 1 1 ia re
port! d that tba Cbineaa traniport Tuonan
waa auok stiff au i mjati iroojia, irai ibw
i tboui(hl lo b inoorreol. Tb report Ibal
Adontal Ting and Colonel Von lUnnokio
wer aeriouaiy vounded teem incorrecl, for
tbey bar both returned lo duly.
Aa Wfllrlal impale.
T..tr, Hni. 2(1 An official diatiklcb
from tb befMlqautrr of tb Jpnw Heat
.' lb latter al 1 o'clock, Hcpt. 10, mat 11
Cbidcaa ararabip and ii torpetlo boat 35
....I.- nn.il,aa.l nt Hal V.nO Toa. With tb
rrault that four t'bineibipswrnnk
aud ooa bitroiHl. lbs diapatcn auoa mti
tba Japioi-au tlal sutlainad BO U am age.
K,m Ynii Hrtil 20 Not aaliifleJ with
.(... i,,wl alia.a nf Ilia railroad of tba
country, aud boMing a virtual monopoly ot
tbe ult-Krapb hue. IbvOuuld aia prepar
ing to ouUr lbs Aeld of mannfaolnra and
compel with on of tb biceal commer
cial monopolirs in Ibi country, tb Dia
mond Vlaieb Truat. Edain A. Ooa Id's
nsni appear in artiolr of lucorporatlon
ol tli ur euiiipany, wbicb wer filed at
Irt utou, M. i , Brplfttiuar I, oy lua aacia
t.p- .,n.l ir...iin p nl Ilia ntw flomoration.
Lti-utenaiit-1'olomi Wallace Downa, of tbia
city, l b new uriiaBixatlon is csueti in
Coutiu'uial HiU'b Company, and ba ofll-ct-a
in Temple Court and a plant selected on
Ulonmni-M Aenne, I iuwio, n. a. aronu
tug to it charter il ii formed for "tb man
ufacture ol niatcbr and other wooden srti-
-1... " l'....i.l tl Klllkill' rraaiilanL Ed
win A. CiouUl; vie preaiili'Ot, W. P. Ilutoh-
inaon; secreury snl Irsaaurer, wausosA.
D.iaua. New match making machine will
te used. cb i dibtly largwlbaa a sew
ing machine, biog a Iuiikt table, and all
tbal aecmf neceaaarj lo make matcbo ia to
Im,! a ulta nf vanattrad wood in ona nd of
tb m h luc and tb match iplil fly ont, all
cut, si tbe older end si iu raia oi iju.uw
minute. Mr. Hutchinson, tbs inventor,
aihn la a mra il ritaflvmlalit OI lUUrt IUI-
ion, tb Itirtritor of tb teamboat , said
bri.tlr about bis lunations: "ibee
match machine ara nateuted in vrr
oouutry on lb lac of tb glob and ars
Inlly piolectril. How nirjcn ibey ar in su
.i.m nf anvnilii.r match tiiakintf macbines.
I can abow ou by telling yon tbat tbs
Ligbrat apial allaiutil by any other tnatob
macbin wo.ouu matcnisa rnmnie.
Tba Plag la. Haiti.
Yxa.iiiiui.. K. nt. 'i0. I'arlionlara reeeiv-
lI in P 1,1. I In Ilia lialtla of I'lnff YaOf
bow tbat tbe J paurt loul only kbout 11
ofticer wouudrd snd '.Ml soldier siueu.
Ti. J.ntnMii arm la marctilnir on Wild.
wbicb il i expected will b reached by Ib
end ol Bcptcmuer.
hlaaaa Aaralral Hlaat.
T.i,nn. Rnnt. 20. Tha Time comment
ing upon tbe Jpane-Cbinea war, says
Ilia Chinee admiral by inactivity naa Bann
ed over Core to Japar, and occasioned tbs
loa of tb only trained force at LI linns
Tki tallfarula nilllla.
Sti.t. 20. Adiutant Al
l,.n hi fiaminvil befora a militarv court of
inquiry today, a to bt be knew about
tba hacramrulo campaujn oi tna national
Liuanl. in tralimony wa nm mau puo
n l'nliii.l Uraham of lha Kiflh L'nited
HtRle artillery, ba sent in a copy of bU
report on Iba military operauone ai Dacra
n...in. in ba nu.J aa avblenoa in th caa.
iir.l..m hii'lil rnmnliment tha National
(luarJ troop and Ibeir officer for Ibair
conduct after tb l niled Male troop uq
arrived at Hacramento. uenerai uicaen
on i especially commended.
Dally tiuard, Hrptember 21.
In tbia city, tbia afternoon, st 12 JO
o clock. Mrs. tin. twin it. Li. bkinner,
wi low of lbs 1st Juile A. A. Hk inner, wbo
in at on tim circuit judge of tbia judicial
district, rib wai Hi years Old Isal one.
For Iba pant year Or two sb bss been in
feeble health, bat onlv was confined lo ber
room sine laat Hatnrday. For several
monlb ber ntice, Miss Winchester, ba
been conaUntly In attamlance opon ber.
All br other relatives resids in Portland,
Msins. Khe wss a devon t member of tb
l'reatiyterian church, and wm belovod by
all wbo knew ber.
Tbu another of lb pioneer of Oregon
paaae away, ib baring com to Ibi tat
in lb aam train of immigrant with Gov
ernor Moody and tbe lata Samuel K. Thurs
ton in tb year 117.
Tbe funoral will take place at ber lata
reaidenc. comer of Fifth and Oak trets.
Sunday, afternoon at 2 o'clock, tb serf iocs
lo b conducted by Iter. W. 8. Gilbert.
and lb interment will take place at tb
Mason io cemetery. .
The following suits have been com
menced iu the circuit court ot tuts
S. II. Edwards vs Samuel Lucas, et
al; foreclosure. Judgment Is asked for
f ti;) and Intercut.
Elizabeth Conner vs E. P. Coleman
as adiuluistrator of the estate of It. 11.
Cochran and others; foreclosure. Judg.
ment is asked for fo,tu and cost.
Heal F-ntate Transfers.
Ueo I) Klntzley to T D Edward 60
acres in ip it a, it 3 vv; ijaiu.
Keen eat Moxey'. Tbe district at
torneys of Oregon have received in
structions from Oov. Pennoyer to file a
bill in equity against every banking la
stitution in his district, called a dis
covery. This bill compels the banks
to answer under oath, certain Inter-
micatives prepared and furnished by
the attorney general of Oregon. Tbe
proceeding Is for the purpose of ascer
taining w tieitieror Dot ine banks bold
any funds of deceased nemons. who
have died without heirs, In their poa
aeaaion. If such a fund is held In the
bank it shall be transfered to the state
treasury, Into the Escheat Fund, to
which il belongs. The interest of this
money is a part of the state achool
fund. It is said there Is considerable
of such uiouey in the Oregon bauks.
Wiifrb U He. A dispatch from
Hums reads: Much concern is belnir
expressed as to the whereabouts of
William Harvey, who left here two
moiiiha aifn with a II flu wagon for
Albany. No news of hira has been re
ceived since hi arrival there, except
that hie team ha been In waiting rv.
era! week to brirg him back.
FRIDAY, BEPTEMUEU 2!
The government weather bureau
predict show? rs.
The M. I., conference) will not ad-
ourn until Muuday morning.
Major Chrlsman, of Ijikevlcw. la In
Eugeuo on m vUlt
There ara 410 scholars enrolled iu
the Eugene public schools uow.
Mrs. Jasper Wllkins, of Coburg, took
premium on aa exhlbltiou of
cheesw at the state fair.
Telephone ratea In Seattle have be. ii
fixed at Id per month In oftlces, and M
A gentleman, well dressed, was
noticed thla uiorulug on Willamette
street, using a cuft for a collar. He
evidently Lad been having a night
with the boy.
Itob Johnson has at last received bU
couimlaalou as ptwlmaater of CorvallU.
He exiMictt lo take ciiarge ot llie oluoe
October 1. We predict he will make
an excellent official.
McMlnnville Ilcgistcr: Harry h.
Iltiardman, paator of the llaptist
church at Eugene and a former stu
dent of McMtiinvllIti college, will
breach at the llaptist church In this
city on the cotnlug Sunday, afternoou
and eve u I ng.
Albany Democrat: Messrs. Stone
and lionner, representlag a syndicate
of Montana contractors, who ara In-
vestieatlnir matter with a view to pur
chasing the Oregon Pacific and extend
ing It eastward were in Albany yester
day and went to the front to look over
the fluid. A doublo head woul 1 be
nroiier for an Item like this, but our
citizens are tired of double headed rail
road Items and ara waiting for action.
Considerable prtwiiectlnir seem to be
goln on this year upon L ppvr Itogtte
river and tributaries. Early this sea
son Messrs. Aubery and Moore found
rood ray upon the river, and have
Just returned from a couple of months'
i. i ' .. i. .., l r
wora tnenf. riaua auu jivurjr s-ijr
have also found a rich crevice, which
Will take them several months to work
out, and which has paid 1175 to the
pan ao far. Another rich strike of
gold quart! has been fouud at the forks
of Mule creek, and other good pros
peels have ueou uncovered.
Portland Telegram: A dispatch re
ceived from Han Francisco states that
the state central committee of the eo-
iles's party of California has extended
nvltalions to Oovernor Pennoyer, of
Oreiron. and senator Jones and Stew
art, of .Nevada, to stump the state for
the populist ticket. The dispatch adds
It Is probable that Pennoyer and Slew
art will accept the Invitation, hut It la
doubtful If Jones will favor the Idea.
Governor Pennoyer said to a Telegram
reiiorter that he had uot yet received
the Invitation and declined to say If
he would accept it.
Miss Fanny Young Is visiting at Sa
W. C. Myers, of Ashland, is lu Eu
Mrs. E. Conner visited the state fair
today, going ou the local train.
J. O. 1 tooth, a prominent citizen of
Grauts Pass, visited lu Eugene today.
Mrs. Hnlocr. who has been visiting
in Salem, has returned to her home iu
Attorneys Bllyou and Sklpworth
went to Junction City thla morning
on legal business.
Miss Ada Sharpies went to Hillsbora
thi morning, where she will teach
achool during the winter. .
Dr. B. F. Iloyles, of Junction City,
Is spending the day iu Eugeue. lie
will leave on his trip to Euroiie next
Oen. W. H. Odoll and wlfo, of Sa
lem. arrived here this afternoon to
spend a few days and to attend the M.
Kev. (J. W. Irwin, the newly-elected
superintendent of public instruction,
arrived here this afternoon to attend
the M. E. conference.
Rev. II. L. Boardman went to Mo
Mlnvllle today and will rowaln over
Sunday. His pulpit here will be filled
by one of the visiting dl vines.
Roseburg Plalndcalur: W. V.
Haines, the Eugene tanner, who haa
been buying hides here for the paat
few days, went down to Oaklaud this
- Dr. Edward Bailey, a son of Pro
feasor and Mrs. Bailey, has recently
been appointed profeewor of surgery lu
the Hong Kong medical school and
superintendent of two English hospi
tals Id that city.
C. II. PhumaU and wife, who have
been visiting their son, J. W. Shumate
at Waltervlile, left for their home at
Pueblo, Colorado, this morning. They
speak highly of the Willamette val
ley. Chief Justioa R. H. Bean, of the Su-
tretu court.wlth hia three oldest sons,
ondon, Ernest and Ormoud, left ou
this morning's stage for his annual
visit at the home of his mother at the
head of tide, on tha Sluslaw river.
They will be gone ten days or more.
Cottage Grove Item.
LsMailfir 8?pta Sana
Mlsa Belle Lincoln lea this oity Sat
urday far Monmouth, where she will
attend the Normal school there.
J R Cooley. II H Veatch, L C Lea
and Charles Whltsett left here Sunday
to attend the Stat Agricultural oollcgo
School com men oca In Cottage Grove
nxt Monday. J. E. Love, A. B.
principal, Mr. Wm. McQueen, Miss
ltose Hanson and Mable Wynne, as
sistants. Wm. and J. P. Currin have returned
from their hunt and trip for recreation
near the Deschutes. They caught over
4UU0 trout and brought some home with
Miaa Underwood after a very pleas
ant vacation, spent with her brother
and sister, Air. and Mrs. Frank Whip
ple of this city, returned to her duties
as ta'her in the public schools of Ta
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Davis cam
down from Bohemia the flret of the
week. Mr. Ifevls ba sold out his in
terest In tbe Bohemia Milling A Min
ing Company. II has been superin
tending tbe business of the company
In developing the mines the past two
summers, but Mr. Music takes bis
place now. Mr. and Mrs. Davis have
returned to there horn at Los Angeles,